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NOT TO BE TAKEN FROM THIS ROOM 




C. L. HARDY LIBPMRY 
ATLANTIC GHRISTIaFSSsgE 
WILSON, N. C. 



This book must not be 



the PINE KNOT 






... is published annually by the student body 
of Atlantic Christian College, Wilson, N. C, 
as a means of preserving a pictorial history 
of the years activities. Every attempt is made 
by the staff to cover and record all events in 
the belief that this book will be of immediate 
interest to the people who helped create these 
scenes, and also will remain a source of nos- 
talgia over the years. 

Atlantic Christian College Library 
Wilson, N. C. 



PINE KNO 



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CONTENTS 



building program 

dedication 

board of trustees 

the president 

administration 

faculty 

organizations 

students 

sports 

activities 

advertisements 





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A SIMILAR two page spread in the 1953 Pine Knot 
posed the question : Progress in the past 50 years 
has been great . . . now what about the next 50 
years? Not even Nostrodamus could see that far 
into the future with complete accuracy, but recent 
developments have made it possible for us to pre- 
dict the next ten years. In November of 1953 the 
president, of Atlantic Christian College, Dr. Travis 
A. White, announced to the college faculty, the 
students and to the public at large a proposed pro- 
gram of expansion for the college which is expected 
to cover a ten year period. To be included in the 
expansion program are: accreditation by the South- 
ern Association, additions to the faculty, a substan- 
tial increase in total number of students, the pro- 
vision of much new classroom and library equipment 
and a more representative athletic program. But 
probably the most important and far reaching point 
in the program was the announcement that the 
board of trustees have approved the construction 
of a number of new buildings, and the renovation 
of some already in existence, to cost a total of 
$1,750,000. 

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To be constructed under the new building program are a new class- 
room and administration building to replace Kinsey Hall, a new science 
building, a dormitory, a new gymnasium, infirmary, president's home, 
and the major renovation of the old gymnasium into a student union. 
The science building is the first for which contracts will be let. Plans 
for several other of the new buildings are already in Benton and Sons, 
Wilson, N. C. Design consultant for the program is Mr. Edward W. Waugh, 
professor of Architecture in the School of Design, North Carolina State 
College, Raleigh, N. C. 

In selecting Mr. Waugh to fill the advisory capacity of design consultant 
the board of trustees of the college have indicated a desire for functional 
architecture and a gradual change to more contemporary styling of future 
buildings which, one might feel, is indicative of the spirit of progress 
planned for the next ten years. And, in answer to the 1953 Pine Knot, 
probably this will be typical of the progress of the next fifty years. 





Sometimes there is no way of discern- 
ing, except in retrospect, what a person 
is like. There are those people who seem 
brusque, sour, forbidding, and actually 
are all these things. And there are those 
people whom, at first glance, seem just 
as forbidding — but who, in retrospect, 
turn out to be memorable characters be- 
cause of their intensely human nature. 
Such a person is liable to be a faithful 
worker and partisan over a period of as 
much as thirty-three years. It is possible 
that such a person would make the timid 
quake with fright, make all others aware 
of warmth and friendship as liberal as her 
large pocketbook. Dogs of unknown pedi- 
gree might find here a friendly, if some- 
what rough, voice. And though this person 
would be dismayed to learn that it could 
be true, she might sometimes scare even 
the bravest out of a year's growth because 
of unorthodox handling of an automobile. 
A sports fan would this person be. And 
the amazing thing is that many people 
would not realize this to be true until 
much later — in retrospect. Such a per- 
son is Mildred Ross, to whom we dedicate 
the 1954 Pine Knot. 



Mildred's method of transpor- 
tation has changed in the last ten 
years from a bicycle to a car. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 










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Seated: Loften, Hackney, Arge, Eagles. Standing: Moyr, Robertson, Adams, Paschall, Bren- 
son, Glendenning, Tart, Howard, Fulghum, Cowell, Roebuck, Jarmen, McAfee, Hughey, 
Southard, White, Waters, Rouse, Todd, Goff, McCotter, Cannon, Ward, Braxton. 



Term Expiring 1954 

W. R. Roberson, Jr Washington, N. C. 

Zeb'Brinson Tarboro, N. C. 

A. W. Ange Winterville, N. C. 

Elbert Peel Williamston, N. C. 

John W. Cowell Bayboro, N. C. 

T. Boddie Ward Wilson, N. C. 

J. Benbow Jones Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Paul C. Southard Stokesdale, N. C. 

C. O. McAfee, Jr Indianapolis, Ind. 

Ira W. Langston New York, N. Y. 

Term Expiring 1955 

T. J. Hackney, Chairman... Wilson, N. C. 

G. F. Loftin Kinston, N. C. 

G. L. Roberson Robersonville, N. C. 

Robert E. Jarman... Greensboro, N. C. 

Dr. C. S. Eagles Saratoga, N. C. 

H. Gait Braxton Kinston, N. C. 

Curtis W. Howard ....Kinston, N. C. 

Jack D. Brinson Arapahoe, N. C. 

J. E. Paschall ....Wilson, N. C. 

John Proctor ...Williamston, N. C. 



Term Expiring 1956 

Charles Rouse Raleigh, N. C. 

E. Leon Roebuck.... Washington, N. C. 

M. C. Todd Wendell, N. C. 

L. A. Tart Dunn, N. C. 

C. V. Cannon Ayden, N. C. 

Lawrence Moye . Maury, N. C. 

Bowden Warren Newton-Grove. N. C. 

A. D. Shackleford..., Wilson, N. C. 

Ely Perry Kinston, N. C. 

J. W. Sasebee Columbia, N. C. 

John L. Goff... ...Williamston, N. C. 

Representing the Alumni 

Gilbert D. Davis, Jr Ayden, N. C. 

Mrs. Miles Hughey Raleigh, N. C. 

Burney R. McCotter Raleigh, N. C. 

Ex Officio 
Ross Allen. Executive Secretary of N. C. 

Christian Missionary Society Wilson 

Agnes Settle, General Secretary of N. C. 

Christian Women's Fellowship.. Greenville 
T. P. Inabinett, State Director of Religious 

Education Wilson 




Dr. Travis A. White 



the president of 



Atlantic Christian College 





Dr. White, our genial president, 
came to us from Lubbock, Texas. 
He has his vices . . . loves a good 
cup of coffee, a day in the coun- 
try with his huntin' dog and gun, 
has never been known to pass up 
an opportunity to go fishing. He 
has a soft spot in his heart for a 
Western movie, hill-billy songs, 
and square-dancing. And he also 
has his virtues ... a nimble wit 
and pronounced flair for mixing 
humor and philosophy, a deep 
sense of love and appreciation for 
youth and a desire to share in 
their training, a way of just 
growing into our lives by mere 
acquaintance. There is just some- 
thing unique about his person- 
ality which makes us all admire 
and respect him. 



Wilson, N. C. 



The Student Body: 



I stood by as you eagerly hustled on to the campus with bag and bundles that Sun- 
day afternoon in September as school opened; 

My heart swelled with pride as I stood on the Courthouse steps and witnessed our 
Homecoming parade; 

There was a deep satisfaction as I watched one of our ministerial students preside 
with dignity and ability over the worship services of one of our great churches; 

I watched a group of boys play their hearts out in a basketball game — it was good, 
clean ball they played; 

I was part of an audience that heard one of our future teachers preside over the pro- 
gram of the afternoon — she did it with modest charm and grace; 

I listened with you to the beauty of our Christmas musicale and felt again the holi- 
ness of that season; 

I have shared your periods of relaxation at Tweeties — and enjoyed them; 

I've observed you come and go to your classes in Old Kinsey — not much life left in 
the old building, but your zeal and enthusiasm is that of youth with a purpose; 

For this "adopted Tar Heel" its been a wonderful year. 




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ADMINISTRATION 




DR. JAMES M. MOUDY 
Academic Dean — Professor of Religion 



MRS. BETHANY R. JOYNER 
Registrar 




MILTON L. ADAMS 
Business Manager — Athletic Director 




OFFICE STAFF 

KATHRYN LAMM 

Office Secretary 



MILDRED D. ROSS 
Bookkeeper 



JAMES E. FULGHUM 
Director of Public Relations 



MRS. MARGUERITE GLENDENNING 
Secretary to President 



The small dark cell was cold, very cold, and the -gusts^ef :! wmd- 



ough the paneless window almost cast the light of the little lamp into 
darkest oblivion . . . but still it nickered on, casting forth its small feeble 
light out into the deathly still of the midnight. ."TTThe halls and cubli- 
cles were all silent now — no sound of "Gloria in Excelsis" came triunv 






hantly rolling forth from the Chapel — no sound of "Aves" — no devout 



telling of beads. . . , All w as silent. ... So silent! . . .Except for the eerie 



scratching of the quill, as the frozen, boney fingers painfully forced; it 



-over— the-naaouscr-ipltr-transforming the dull pare! 



le-Jivnig 



story of Man and his God. . . . On and on through the night, the scratch 



ing continued, for there^was not much time left for the old-fingers to 



down the wonderful things on the cold paper. . 

every— day, from straining year after year to see the wonderful words in 

the /feeble light — but on and on worked the quill. . . . Death stood just 



outside the window and beckoned, with a cold' finger from his Eternal 

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Night — but on and on wrote the quill. . . . The work muslrfcfe fihistieaTTT-: 





Man had a right to know. ... A right to the gleam of the Eternal Light 
it was his duty^^ay, his love — his life, to hold aloft the Torch Of 
KSowledge_to be a~Bea"cqn.to All Men, to light them through the Ages 
called Dark. . . . Thus on and on through the night, the quill crawled 
it's agonizing way. . . . And brighter and brighter-^grew the~Tbrd 



higher and higher it cast its flame aloft. . . . "Habeburj,t'Lumen Vitae." 

Cecil Willis. 




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RUSSELL ARNOLD 
Assistant Professor of Art 






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A.B., Atlantic Christian College; M.A., 
University of North Carolina; Special 
Study, New York Art Student League. 
Mrs. Arnold and Debbie Ann. 




JANET T. BOLES 


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Instructor in Business 


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A.B., W.C.U.N.C; Graduate Work, East 
Carolina College. 

WILLIAM B. BOLES 


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B.S., University of North Carolina. 
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B.M., Simpson College; M.A., Drake 
University. 









DR. MILLARD BURT 

Professor of Education and Director of 

Band 

A.B., Atlantic Christian College; M.A., 
and Ph.D., University of North Carolina. 
Mrs. Burt, Carolyn and Charles. 





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EDWARD L. CLOYD 

Associate Professor of Physical 

Education 

A.B., Davidson College; M.A., Univer- 
sity of North Carolina. 
Mrs. Cloyd, Paisley Ann, and Patricia 
Dean. 

DR. RANDALL CUTLIP 

Dean of Men — Professor of Education 

Director of Teacher Placement 

B.A., Bethany College; M.A., East Texas 
State College; Ed.D., University of 
Houston. 
Mrs. Cutlip. 

JOHN W. DUNN 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

B.S., Appalachian; M.A., East Carolina 
College, Graduate Study, University of 
North Carolina. 
Mrs. Dunn and Deborah. 






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MRS. DOROTHY D. EAGLES 
Instructor in English 

A.B., W.C.U.N.C.; Graduate Study, Uni- 
versity of North Carolina. 




DR. T. J. ESKERIDGE 
Professor of Psychology 

A.B., Emory and Henry; M.A., George 
Peabody; Ph.D., Duke University. 
Mrs. Eskeaidge. 



OLA FLEMING 
Librarian 

A.B., W.C.U.N.C.; A.B. in Library 
Science, M.A., University of North 
Carolina. 





DR. C. H. HAMLIN 
Professor of Social Science 

A.B., William and Mary; A.M., Uni- 
versity of Virginia; Ph.D., George Pea- 
body. 

JOHN M. FLOWERS, JR. 
Assistant Professor of Science 

A.B., M.S., University of Alabama. 
Mrs. Flowers, Cleve, Mary Christine 
and John, III. 







DR. MILDRED E. HARTSOCK 
Professor of English 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D., University of Cin- 
cinnati. 



MRS. DORIS C. HOLSWORTH 

Assistant Professor of Englis'h and 

Dramatics 

A.B., Mount Holyoke College; A.M., 
Emerson College; Graduate Work, Rad- 
cliffe, Yale University School of Drama 
and University of Connecticut. 



LEE J. HOWARD 

Assistant Professor in Music and 

English 

A.B., University of North Carolina; 
B.M., Master of Music, Yale University. 
Mrs. Howard. 



MRS. EDNA B. JOHNSTON 

Instructor in English and Modern 

Languages 

A.B., Atlantic Christian College. 






DR. ESTER L. LONG 
Professor of Modern Languages 

A.B., Ellsworth College; A.M., Ph.D., 
University of Iowa. 

JACK McCOMAS 

Head Coach and Instructor in 

Physical Education 

B.S., North Carolina State College. 
Mrs. McComas and Jimmy. 

EDWARD RIDER 
Assistant Professor of Social Science 

A.B., University of California at Berk- 
ley; M.A., Sam Houston State College. 
Mrs. Rider. 



ALLAN SHARP 
Associate Professor of Religion 

A.B., Transylvania College; B.D., Col- 
lege of the Bible. 





GEORGE HENRY SWAIN 
Associate Professor of Business 

B.S., Tennessee Polytechnic Institute; 
A.M. and further study, George Pea- 
body College for Teachers. 
Mrs. Swain, George and Albert. 



J. P. TYNDALL 
Assistant Professor of Science 

A.B., Atlantic Christian College; M.A., 
University of North Carolina; Graduate 
Study, Duke University. 



REBECCA TOMLINSON 
Instructor in Physical Education 

B.S., Appalachian State College; M.A., 
George Peabody College. 

SARAH BAIN WARD 
Dean of Students 

A.B., Atlantic Christian College; M.A., 
Columbia University. 




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ADJUNCTS 



JEAN ABBITT HARRIS 
Instructor in Business 
B.S., W.C.U.N.C.; Graduate 
Work, East Carolina College. 



NOEL C. CARR 

Professor of Science — 

Semi-retired 

A.B., Texas Christian Univer- 
sity; MA., Columbia University. 



PERRY CASE 

Dean Emeritus and Professor of 

Religion and Philosophy — 

Semi-retired 

A.B., B.D., Butler University; 
A.M., Columbia University. 



VIRGINIA HOUSE 

Instructor in English and 

Education 

A.B., Atlantic Christian College; 
Graduate Work, East Carolina 
College. 





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STAFF PERSONNEL 



ALBERT R. HOFFMAN 
Buildings and Grounds Superintendent 



• MRS. ALBERT R. HOFFMAN 
Dietitian 



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MRS. JESSIE W. McATEER 
MRS. ANNE JONES 

Dining Hall Cashiers 



MRS. MARY WILSON 
College Nurse 

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ORGANIZATIONS 





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Joe Wooj 
Jim Peei 
Jo Ann 
Suzanne I 



President 



ce-President 



Secretary 



Treasurer 



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STUDENT COOPERAT 



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the fun 
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make up 
the Stude 
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right ar< 
Mildred 
nedy, Dr 
Doris Ho 
Jim Pee 
Woodwo 
Eddie Jo 
Miss Sar 
Moudy, 
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Dr. Trav 



jr carefully despensing 
ij for student activities 
Jag serious disciplinary 
our Student-faculty 
*nt is always demo- 
» effective. Eleven stu- 
« six faculty members 
Ithe Executive Board of 



Monday night they can 



| library. Shown at the 
1: Billy Draughn, Dr. 



Randall Cutlip, Mrs. 
sworth, Richard Eakin, 



Inson, Dr. Millard Burt, 

t: Bain Ward, Dr. James 
md Kenneth Rouse, 
ed are: Jim Burnette, 
_ A. White, Ex Officio. 



The Radiant Committei 
cover designed by Mr. 
The officers, Suzanne G, 
Joe Woodworth, and J 
Peggy Ward requisition 
anne to pay an S. C. Aj 
The Constitution Comj 
some revisions to be rm 



Peebles. 



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Janet Weeks President 

Nancy Allen . Vice-President 

Delokes Best. .. - Treasurer 

Janie Ceeel Secretary 

Margaret Newbern... Hall Proctor 

Ruth Lockamy....: Hall Proctor 

Helen Scarborough ... Hall Proctor 

Jo Anne Thomas Hall Proctor 

Miss Rebecca Tomlinson Assistant Dean 

Doris Strickland Hall Proctor 

Miss Sarah Bain Ward ~ .Dean 

Lovia Creech ...Hall Proctor 

Libby Romple..- Hall Proctor 

Anne Spivey Hall Proctor 

Vivian Muns Hall Proctor 




MEN 



COUNCILS 



Dr. Randall Cutlip Dean 

Carroll Kennedy President 

Darrell Huffman Caldwell Hall President 

Jimmy Willis Vice-President 

Stacey Honeycutt Sigma Alpha Representative 

Marshall Jones ..Phi Delta Gamma Representative 

Not Pictured: 
Bobby Webb Phi Kappa Alpha Representative 



,^g»'HE spiritual life of the students of A. C. C. is uplifted through the efforts of the 
it\ Student Christian Association. It delves into all phases of the individual life 
^"■"through a well-planned cycle of weekly programs including vesper services for 
worship, discussion programs to promote intelligent thought on current problems, and 
recreation just for wholesome fun. 

One of the highlights of its annual achievement is sponsoring Religious Emphasis 
Week — three days devoted entirely to drawing students closer to God. 

Charitable drives are also included in a busy schedule. The World University Serv- 
ice Fund is the inspiration for sending students all over Wilson on an annual bread sale 
one morning at "dawn." 

Each student of Atlantic Christian College is automatically a member of the S. C. A., 
but the active membership is composed of those who pledge their service to the organi- 
zation. There are 57 active members, who work together in this Christian cause. 




OFFICERS 
Barbara Hutchins ...President 

Velva Pearce Secretary 

Peggy Ward... ...Treasurer 

Vivian Muns Worship Chairman 

Jim Burnette Recreation and Special Events Chairman 

Darrell Huffman Publicity and Drives Chairman 

Richard Zigler Discussion Chairman 

Mr. Sharp Sponsor 

Mr. Rider Sponsor 

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1. Cabinet; Mr. Sharp, Mr. Rider, Darrell Huffman, Peggy 
Ward, Richard Ziglar, Velva Pearce, Barbara Hutchins. Jim, 
Burnette, Vivian Muns. 

2. Fun Night. 

3. Students selling bread for the W. U. S. F. Drive. 

4. Christmas Vespers. 



ASSOCIATION 



of 



Atlantic Christian College 



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RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK 




Each year there is set aside one week devoted to Christian wor- 
ship, and fellowship through discussion and recreation. 

This year, the campus welcomed as their leader — Dr. Myron T. 
Hopper, Dean of the College of the Bible, Lexington, Kentucky. 
Dr. Hopper focused his talks on the theme, "Christ — A Man's Man." 
A discussion on "How Do We Know There Is A God?" was led by 
Rev. Joe Brooks and Dr. Randall Cutlip led a discussion group on 
""Marriage." 

The highlight of the week was an impressive Sunrise Communion 
service. However, the success of the week's activities was the spiri- 
tual insight each student gained, and it was felt to be a most suc- 
cessful effort. 




BUSINESS CLUB 






MEMBERS 

Delores Best, Edna McPhail, 
Sue Phillips, Jean Day, June 
Cockrell, Susie Winstead, June 
Pittman, Lavee Stuckey, Pat 
Langston, Ralph Sullivan, Doris 
Evans, Lois Mills, Jean Hare, 
Peggy Ann Langston, Anne Win- 
stead, Ruby Powell, Geraldine 
Windham, Peggy Coley, Margaret 
Price, Faye Evans, Janet Pate, 
Romese Webb, Becky Ellington, 
Nancy Gill, Joan Edwards, Dot 
Oakey, Betsy Lee, Faye Godwin, 
Margaret Long, Shirley Alford, 
Virginia Aiken, Dorothy Smith, 
Linda Tomlinson, R o m a i n e 
Glover, Martha Cox, Betty Jane 
Howell, Annie Grey Johnson, 
Hilda Banks, Hilda Crocker, 
Stacy Honeycutt, Faye Merrell, 
June Williams, "Tot" Allred, Suz- 
anne Gill, Jerry Ball, Martha 
Fuller, Shirley Lancaster. 



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OFFICERS 
President Allan Ross 

Vice-President ...... .Corky Wheeler 

Secretary Mildred Blackmon 

Treasurer ..Carolyn Bullard 





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OFFICERS: President, Velva Pearce; Vice-President, Paul 
Crouch; Secretary, Vivian Muns; Treasurer, Joe Killings worth; 
Faculty Sponsor, Mrs. Holsworth. 

MEMBERS : Honorary Members: Lee Howard, Mrs. Lee Howard, 
Dr. Hartsock, Hugh Johnston, Mrs. Hugh Johnston. 

Active Members: Harolene Allred, Jerry Ball, Helen Faye Bass, 
Mildred Blackmon, Jimmie Burnette, Vernon Bryan, Marjorie 
Bynum, Janie Creel, Jo Anne Crumpler, William Henry Draughn, 
Magnolia Duckworth, Gloria Etheridge, Jack Hamilton, Jackson 
Harris, Jimmy Harris, Sarah Alice Harris, Eleanor Hatsell, Edna 
Hedgepeth, James Hemby, Mollie Hester, H. C. Hilliard, Shirley 
House, Darrell Hoffman, Jimmy Howard, Betty Jane Howell, 
Lebert Howes, Annie Grey Johnson, Janie Langley, Christine 
Lewis, George Littrell, Jr., Fay Merrell, Elaine Mitchell, Lois 
Moore, Georgie Morris, Judy Muldrow, Peggy Nichols, Robert 
Overcash, Shirley Parker, Norman Polk, Callie Proctor, Mickey 
Raynor, Dusty Rhodes, Kenneth Rouse, Billy Smith, Dorothy 
Smith, Dorothy Cornelia Smith, Maxine S. O'Connell, Pauline 
Stephenson, Bruce Strickland, Doris Strickland, Patsy Tharp, 
Ray Tissot, Jessie Thomas, Eugene Underwood, Jackie Vick, 
Donald Weaver, Ann Webb, Ruby Wiggins, Tommie Williamson, 
Cecil Willis, Jr., J. C. Winstead, Evelyn Yionoulis, Richard 
Ziglar. 




THE PINE KNOT 




First row: Editorial Staff: Eddie Johnson; Billy 
Draughn, Sports Editor; Jean Day, Typist; 
Maxine S. O'Connell. 

Not pictured: Marjorie Byrum and Margaret 
Newbern. 

Second row: Business Staff: Tot Allr ed, Dale 
Gainey, Shirley Parker, Edythe Fuller and 
June Will iams^ __^^B ^fc^. 

Not pictured: Atlas Pate, Helen Scarborough, 
Lilly Rumple, Gloria Bass, George Littrell, 
Ralph Kennedy, H. C. Hillard, Bill Beecham, 
Mamie Davis and Shirley Bunn. 




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|ation and production of any kind 
is\.an adventure, both exciting and 
;, both frustrating and grim. In 
espects the creation of a college an- 
Miore challenging — to those 
nvolvdd — than any other type of 
lot enough for the editor and 
d write about campus activities and 
ilities. It is not enough to fill a book 
eds of pictures. These things do 
Bd the year's activities, and 
fthing of the school's spirit 
lat is not enough. The book, the 
Pine Knot — must do all this 
it must have a life of its own. It 
id. that this annual will reflect that 
:it of individuality, and if it does it will 
be because of a long tradition of successful 
W*ine Knots — and because of the staff who 
worked to make this year's Pine Knot the 
best ever produced at Atlantic Christian 
College. For, in spite of delays and unfor- 
seen obstacles, the staff has worked steadily 
toward the realization of the 1954 Pine Knot. 



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'Jo Ann Moore — Editor. 

I Lois Moore — Business Manager. 

I Mr. Arnold, Editorial Advisor; Jack 
Hamilton, Photography Editor and 
Elena Lawler, Literary Editor. 

J Dr. Hartsock, Business Advisor; Mol- 
lie Hester, Assistant Business Man- 
ager and Bobby Webb, High Sales- 
man. 




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SIGMA PI ALPHA 




Above — Members enjoy a wiener 
roast at Lamb's Cottage. 

Right— OFFICERS: Vera Weath- 
ersby, Secretary; Dr. Esther Long, 
Sponsor; Carroll Kennedy, Treas- 
urer; Joe Bulla, Vice-President; 
Cecil Willis, President. 

Other Members : Mrs. Edna Johr 
ston, Mrs. Lee Howard, Lois 
Moore, Evelyn Parker, Jo Ann 
Moore, Milton King, Pat Burgess, 
Dot Darden Boykin, Billy Weath- 
ersby, Peggy Winstead, Richard 
Ziglar, Therese Rabil, Jimmie 
Burnette, Mollie Hester, Lib Rum- 
ple, Betty Jean Trott, Jerry Ball, 
Shirley Whitley, Connie Davis, 
Shirley Lancaster, Marjorie Doss 
Byrum, Elena Ann Lawler, Judith 
Winstead, Jean Burkhalter, Mary 
Eva Griffin, Judy Creekmore, 
Raymond Tissot, Irene Murray, 
Sammy Pridgen, Annie Morris 
Joyner, Don Stanley, Nan Mattox. 




First row: Suzanne Gill; Jo Ann Moore; 
Barbara Hutchins, President; Ray Tissot, 
Secretary -Treasurer; Lois Moore. Second 
row: Therese Rabil; Paul Crouch; Peggy 
Nichols; Annie Morris Joyner; Nan Mat- 
tox; Mrs. Doris Holsworth, Sponsor. 

Not pictured: Joe Woodworth; Cecil Wil- 
lis; Tom Pritchard; Mr. J. P. Tyndall, 
Sponsor. 





GOLDEN KNOT 




FUTURE TEACHERS of AMERICA 




Sponsors: Dr. Burt and Dr. Cutlip. Officers: Sammy Pridgen, 
Vice-President; Ruth Lockamy, Secretary; Janie Creel, President; 
Nancy Allen, Treasurer. Other Members: Madeline Albritton, 
Nancy Allen, Delores Best, Janie Creel, Hilda Crocker, Eleanor 
Culbreth, Dot Darden Boykin, Aileen Davis, Gloria Etheridge, 
Anne Evans, Elaine Godwin, Eleanor Griffin, Mary Eva Griffin, 
Margaret Harris, Virgil Howard, Betsy Jean Jackson, Becky James, 
Annie M. Joyner,, Joan Kelly, Elsie Kilby, Milton King, Ruth 
Lockamy, Elena Lawler, Nan Mattox, Lois Moore, Irene Murry, 
Sammy Pridgen, Mickey Raynor, Helen Scarborough, Dot Smith, 
Maxine S. O'Connell, Anne S. Paschall, Doris Strickland, Ann W. 
Stokes, Janet Weeks, Judy Winstead, Helen Whitty, Emily Adams, 
Jack Denning, Annie Grey Johnson, Eddie Johnson. 



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snake collection. 

Left— OFFICERS: Mamie Davis, Secre- 
tary; Don Kennedy, Treasurer; Ray Tissot, 
President; Joan Kelly, Vice-President. 
Other Members: Kelly Byrum, Tex Byrum, 
Davis Etheridge, Carroll Kennedy, Nan 
Mattox, Georgia Morris, Peggy Shackel- 
ford, Patsy Tharp, Charles Wilson, Charles 
Hawes, William Owens, Mary Etta Bynum, 
Nicky Lazzo, Larry McSwain, Magnolia 
Duckworth, Bill Balner, Jack Flowers, 
Edward Ward, Bronna Brooks, Douglas 
Waters, Gus Wooler, Obie Parker, Eliza- 
beth Bowles, Jimmy Matthews, Shirley 
Parker, Wilbur Heath, Shirley House, 
Judy Creekmore, Cecil Newberry, Jesse 
McAteer, Mr. Tyndall, Mr. Carr, Mr. 
Flowers. 



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jack harris 

mr. John dunn 

peggy shackelford, 

student chairman 




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CONCERT COMMITTEE 




mr. lee howard 
cecil willis 
peggy ward 
edith fuller 



mrs. doris holsworth 



mrs. dorothy eagles 



not pictured 




suzanne gill 





VOCAL and 




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INSTRUMENTAL 



Pictured at left, oppo- 
site page, Mrs. How- 
ard, Mr. Howard and 
Mr. Brown. Above is 
the mixed chorus, 
composed of various 
elements of other 
musical units. Below, 
the womans' ensemble, 
with Mr. Howard at 
the piano. 



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Expanded interest shown in re- 
cent years in our Music De- 
partment, both as a cultural 
instrument for college and com- 
munity and as an educational 
medium for Teacher training, is 
indicated on these two pages. 
The music faculty is versatile 
and positive in the training of 
students in directions leading to 




Above is the vocal and instrumental 
ensemble. This is a new organization 
on our campus, having been formed in 
the fall of 1953. It combines several 
instruments and three voices. 




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both vocal and instrumental com- 
petency. Facilities are steadily 
being expanded and perfected (in 
a new building to be completed 
in 1955, the department will be 
given new and larger quarters). 
Other pictures on these pages 
illustrate a few of the fine groups 
performing under the direct guid- 
ance of the Music Department. 
To quote from the Wilson Daily 
Times: "The college's music de- 
partment is to be commended for 
giving the city of Wilson some- 
thing 'new' in Christmas pro- 
grams. . . ." 



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'Atlantic Christian College is proud of the 
achievement of its band. Dr. Millard Burt 
came to the campus this year with the needed 
spark of enthusiasm that encouraged music- 
ians to get out their instruments and begin 
practicing. Homecoming found them, clad 
in new uniforms of blue and gray, marching 
down the streets of Wilson in the annual 
parade. Thair first concert proved successful 
also; so the foundation was laid. Throughout 
the year thly have led parades and have 
made several appearances in chapel for stu- 
dents and the general public of Wilson. The 
band has increased considerably in size — 
from a small "handful" to forty-five music- 
ians who eagerly combine their talent to 
make music ring over the campus of our 
college. 






le faculty 
and student body presents a program 
which deals with one of the various 
departments in the college. These 
programs are produced and directed 
by Mr. Jim Fulghum. The announcer 
is Paul Crouch. 

Each program is arranged by a 
faculty member of the Radio Work- 
shop. The members are Mr. Howard, 
chairman; Mr. Sharp, Dr. Hartsock, 
Mrs. Holsworth and Mr. Brown. 



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HESPERIAN CLUB 





MEMBERS: Bruce Strickland; Albert Alexander; Doris Tyn- 
dall, Secretary; Jack Hamilton; Maxine S. O'Connell; Ruby 
Wiggins, Mrs. Doris Holsworth, Sponsor; Zeb Whitehurst, 
Vice-President; James Hemby; Polly Stevenson. 

Not pictured: Cecil Willis, President; Robert Overcash, J. C. 
Winstead, John O'Connell, Mickey Raynor, Jimmy Howard. 



rr3l6rniIleS 3nfl oOrOrillBS play an important part in 
the social and political functions on Atlantic Christian 
College campus. These outstanding organizations are 
banded together and represented by the Pan-Hellenic 
Council. President: Ruth Lockamy; Vice-President: 
"Buck" Massey; Secretary and Treasurer: Ann Pas- 
chall. Representatives by semester: First semester 2A 
"Buck" Massey, Sammy Pridgen; *KA Billy Draughn, 
Zeb Whitehurst; *Ar W. L. Hood, Jimmy Willis; *2T 
Lois Moore, Nan Mattox; 2TX Ruth Lockamy, "Dot" 
Smith; A2 Delores Best, Ann Paschall. Second semes- 
ter: 2A Jack Denning, "Buck" Massey; *KA Kelly 
Byrum, Billy Draughn; *AF W. L. Hood, Jimmy Willis; 
*ST Micky Raynor, Lois Moore; STX Ruth Lockamy, 
Dot Smith; A2 Delores Best, Ann Paschall. 




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THE GREEKS 




<"irst row: Don Stanley, Treasurer; Jack Denning; Sammy Pridgen, Vice- 
President; Stacy Honeycutt, Reporter; Billy Williams. Second row Tom 
Pritchard, Roger Philyaw, Secretary; Buck Massey, President; Jim 
Peebles; Jess Yates, Sergeant-at-Arms; James Hebbe; Carl Parrish; Bill 
Price, inactive; Billy Smith, Chaplain. Not pictured: Mr. Jack McComas, 
Dr. Millard Burt, Sponsor. 






PHI SIGMA TAU 



First row: Mollie Hester, Chaplain; Lois Moore, President; Marjorie 
Byrum, Treasurer; Evelyn Parker, Reporter; Judy Winstead, Historian; 
Ann Stokes. 

Second row: Jo Ann Thomas; Betty Jean Trott; Vera Weathersby, Secre- 
tary; Mickey Raynor, Vice-President; Mrs. Holsworth, Sponsor; Bronna 
Brooks; Mamie Davis; Nan Mattox; Pan-Hellenic Representative; Jerry 
Ball. 

Third row: Peggy Nichols; Sara Alice Harris; Vivian Mums; Libby Rum- 
ple; Evelyn Yionoulis; Shirley House. 

Not pictured: Suzanne Gill; Irene Murry; Mrs. Sharpe, Sponsor; Peggy 
Bedgood; Mary Hadge. 










PHI KAPPA ALPHA 



First row: Eddie Johnson, Historian; 
Bobby Webb, Treasurer; Joe Wood- 
worth, Sergeant - at -Arms; Billy 
Draughn, President; Kelly Byrum, 
Vice-President; Ralph Kennedy. Sec- 
ond row: Richard Eakin, Honorary 
Member; Darrell Huffman; John 
Howard O'Connell; Bruce Strickland, 
Co-Editor of The Phi Kap; Lester 
Bissett; Joe Bill Richardson; Carroll 
Kennedy; Carl Wheeler; Harold 
Warren; Billy Smith; Hughes Dillard; 
H. C. Hillard; Gilbert Ferrell; Zeb 
Whitehurst; Allen Ross; Don Ken- 
nedy, Co-Editor of The Phi Kap; 
Fitzhugh Thompson; Gus Wooler. 
Not pictured: David Etheridge, Chap- 
lain; Billy Wethersby, Secretary; 
James Hemby; J. C. Winstead; John 
Thorne; Lester Adams; Lynn Brown, 
Honorary Member; Mr. J. P. Tyndall, 
Mr. John Dunn, Sponsors. 



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SIGMA TAU CHI 




First row: Mrs. Marguerite Glenden- 
ning, Honorary Member; Harriett 
Corlette; Maxine S. O'Connell, Cor- 
responding Secretary; Janet Weeks, 
Chaplain; Gloria Etheridge; Doris 
Barnes; Jo Ann Moore, Reporter; 
Peggy Ward; Rebecca James, Treas- 
urer; Aileen Davis, Secretary; Mil- 
dred Blackmon, Vice-President; Ruth 
Lockamy, President; Miss Rebecca 
Tomlinson, Sponsor; Mrs. Hugh 
Johnston, Sponsor. Second row: 
Madeline Albritton; Dot Smith; Pat 
B. Davis; Annie Morris Joyner; 
Callie Proctor; Therese Rabil; Lovia 
Creech; Mary Lou Lee; Eleanor Hat- 
sell; Margaret Harris; Rachel Albrit- 
ton. Not pictured: Dot Boykin; Marie 
Eakin; Joyce Wilkerson, inactive 
member. 




PHI DELTA GAMMA 



MEMBERS: W. L. Hood, President; Jack Hamil- 
ton, Treasurer; Jack Harris; Alois Williams; Ed 
Gaines; Jimmy Willis; Pan Hell Representative; 
Jimmie Burnette; Lemuel Harris; Paul Crouch; 
Joe Killingsworth, Secretary; Robert Overcash, 
Vice-President; Marshall Jones. A T ot pictured: 
Arthur Dail; Guy Wilson; Don Shackelford; Dr. 
Moudy, Mr. Sharp, Sponsors. 





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■lockamy joe woodworth 



MOST DEPENDABLE 
peggy shackelford 

richard eakin 




MOST LIKELY TO 
SUCCEED 

barbara hutchins 

torn pritchard 



■most talented 

Hia brooks cecil willis 



WITTIEST 
mickey raynor billy draughn 




MOST INTELLECTUAL 
annie morris joyner 

milton king 



MOST ATHLETIC 
nan mattox gilbert fefl 



MOST POPULAR 
janet weeks roger philyaw 



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BEST DRESSED 
lois moore jess yates 



BEST LOOKING 
peggy bedgood billy sfl 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Roger Philyaw Vice-President 

Peggy Shackelford Secretary 

Tom Pritchard Treasurer 

Richard Eaktn President 

SENIOR CLASS MARSHALS 
Milton King 

Nan Mattox Chief 

Annie Morris Joyner 





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LESTER EARL ADAMS 

Greenville 

Phi Kappa Alpha 



NANCY ALLEN 
Greenville 

Delta Sigma 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 
President 3; F.TA. 3, 4, Treas- 
urer 4; Stage and Script 1; Mixed 
Chorus 2; Science Club 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 3; S.CA. 2, 4, Social 
Committee 3; Women's Dormi- 
tory Council 4, Vice-President 4. 
Major: Elementary Education. 



DORIS BARNES 
Nashville 

East Carolina College 1, 2; Mixed 
Chorus 3; Sigma Tau Chi 4. 
Major: Elementary Education. 



PEGGY CONNOR BEDGOOD 

Wilson 
Major: Mathematics. 



MILDRED BLACKMON 
Whitakers 

Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, Vice-Presi- 
dent 3; Stage and Script 1, 2, 3, 
Treasurer 3, Secretary 3; S.CA. 
1, 2; Collegiate Staff 3, Page Edi- 
tor 3; Dormitory Council 2, 3; 
Pan Hellenic Council 2; Ping 
Pong Doubles Champion 2; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3; Bowling Team 3. 



DOROTHY DARDEN BOYKIN 
Wilson 

Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, Correspond- 
ing Secretary 2; Sigma Pi Alpha 
2, 3; F.T.A. 2, 3; Women's Dormi- 
tory Council 2; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 
Major: Elementary Education. 





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GEORGE BRINKLEY 
Wilson 

Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and Univer- 
sities, 4. Golden Knot 4. 
Major: English 



BRONNA BROOKS 
, Wilson 
Major: Science. 



JOHN HUBERT BURRESS 
Saratoga 



KELLY JORDAN BYRUM 
Hertford 

Transfer from Campbell '52; 
Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; 
Phi Kappa Alpha 3, 4, Vice- 
President 4; "A" Club 4, Vice- 
President 4; Freshmen Orienta- 
tion Committee 4. 
Major: Science and Physical 
Education. 



MARJORIE DOSS BYRUM 
El Paso, Texas 

Transfer from Campbell '52 
Stage and Script 3, 4; WAA 
3, 4; Publicity Chairman 3, 4 
Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4, Treasurer 4 
Sigma Pi Alpha 4; Band 4 
Dormitory Council 3; Cheer- 
leader 3, 4; Pine Knot 4; Intra- 
murals 3, 4; May Day 3; 2nd 
String Volleyball All Stars 3. 
Major: English. 



WELDON GILBERT CORBETT 

Wilson 
Major: Science. 









JANIE CREEL 
Seven Springs 

S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4, 
President 4; Dormitory Council 
4, Secretary 4; Delta Sigma 3, 4. 
Secretary 3, 4; Collegiate Staff 
3; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 
Major: Elementary Education. 



HILDA CROCKER 
Pine Level 

WAA. 1, 2, 3; S.CA. 1, 2; Delta 
Sigma 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Team 
Captain 2, 3; Business Club 3; 
F.TA. 3. 
Major: Business Education. 



ALTON T. DALE 
Grifton 
Major: Science. 



AILEEN WHITEHEAD DAVIS 
Elm City 

Sigma Tau Chi 3, 4, Secretary 4; 
Sigma Pi Alpha 2; F.TA. 3, 4; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Team Cap- 
tain 4. 
Major: Elementary Education. 



ELSIE KILBY DAVIS 
Broadcreek 

Transfer East Carolina 4. 
Major: Music and Social Studies. 



JACK B. DENNING 
Mount Olive 

Transfer Louisburg College 2; 
Sigma Alpha 3, 4; Intramurals 
3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Science Club 4. 
Major: Science. 



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WILLIAM HENRY DRAUGHN 
Wilson 

Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4, His- 
torian 2, Secretary 3; Co-editor 
of Phi Kappa 3, Vice-President 3, 
President 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 
4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage and 
Script 3, 4; Pan Hellenic Council 
3, 4; Town Student Represent- 
ative on Executive Board 4; 
Collegiate Staff 3; Student Chris- 
tian Association 4. 
Major: Social Science. 



RICHARD EAKIN 
New Castle, Pa. 

Transfer from Youngstown Col- 
lege 1; May Court 3; Honorary 
Member of Phi Kappa Alpha 3, 4; 
Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Hesperian 
Club 3, 4; State Student Legis- 
lature 3; Sports Editor of Col- 
legiate 3; Treasurer of Senior 
Class 4; Superlative 4; S.C.A. 
2, 3, 4. 
Major: Religion. 



EARLINE ELLIS 
Wilson 
Major: Business 



CLARA ETHERIDGE 
Wilson 



DAVID ETHERIDGE 
Wilson 

Stage and Script 1; Phi Kappa 
Alpha 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4; Science 
Club 4; S.C.C. 1, 2, 3. 



GLORIA NORRIS ETHERIDGE 
Wilson 

Cheerleader 1, 2; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3 
Vice-President 2, Treasurer 3 
S.C.A. 2; Stage and Script 1, 2, 4 
Collegiate Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma 
Tau Chi 2, 3, 4, President 3, Re- 
porter 4; Pan Hellenic Council 3; 
May Court 3. 
Major: English. 



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GILBERT FERRELL 
Wilson 

Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; 
"A" Club, President 3; President 
Freshman Class 1; Pan Hellenic 
Council 3; Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 
4; May Court 3. 
Major: Social Studies. 



AUBREY FLOWERS 
Wilson 



Golden Knot 4. 
Major: English 



MAZELL GODWIN 
Wilson 
Major: Science 



ELEANOR GRIFFIN 
Goldsboro 

F.TA. 3, 4; Transfer Flora Mac- 
donald 2; S.CA. 4. 
Major: Primary Education. 



JACK HAMILTON 
Waycross, Ga. 

Phi Delta Gamma 4, Correspond- 
ing Secretary 4; Pine Knot Staff, 
Photography Editor 4; Collegiate 
Staff 4; Hesperian Club 3, 4; 
Stage and Script 1, 2, 3, 4; S.CA. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Cabinet "Y" Store Mgr. 
2. 
Major: Religion. 



LEMUEL HARRIS 
Warrenton 









MARGARET JANE HARRIS 
Roanoke Rapids 

Transfer Louisburg College 2; 
W.A.A. 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. Cabinet 
2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Bowling 
Team 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. 
2, 3, 4; Collegiate Staff 4; Pine 
Knot Staff 4; Stage and Script 
4; Sigma Tau Chi 4. 
Major: Elementary Education. 



RUTH HATHOWAY 
Wilson 
Major: English 



NOAH HILL 
Grimesland 
Major: English 



STACY HONEYCUTT 
Salemburg 

Transfer E.M.I. ; Intramural 3, 4 
Sigma Alpha 3, 4, Reporter 4 
Men's Dormitory Council 4 
Business Club 4. 
Major: Business Education. 



WALTER L. HOOD 
Bonneau, S. C. 

Phi Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President 3, President 4; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Dormi- 
tory Council 3; Pan Hellenic 
Council 4. 
Major: Science. 



VIRGIL HOWARD 
Pikeville 

F.T.A. 3; Transfer East Carolina 

3. 

Major: Primary Education. 






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BARBARA HUTCHINS 
Winston-Salem 

S.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 
Secretary 3, President 4; Delta 
Sigma 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, 3, Sec- 
retary 3; Women's Dormitory 
Council 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Fresh- 
men Guidance Committee 3, 4; 
Senior High School Day Com- 
mittee 3; Golden Knot Honor 
Society 2, 3, 4, President 4; 
Mixed Chorus 3; Who's Who 4. 
Major: Religion. 



BETSY JEAN JACKSON 
Wilson 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. 

Major: Elementary Education. 



REBECCA JEANNE JAMES 
Mt. Olive 

S.C.A. 1, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Sigma 
Tau Chi 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, 
Treasurer 4; May Day 3. 
Major: Elementary Education. 



MARSHALL R. JONES 
Warsaw 

Phi Delta Gamma; Transfer 
Campbell College; Men's Dormi- 
tory Council; House President 
Phi Delta Gamma. 
Major: Mathematics. 



ANNIE MORRIS JOYNER 
Wilson 

Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3; Sigma Pi 
Alpha 1, 2, 3; F.T.A. 2, 3; Presi- 
dent of Northeastern District of 
F.T.A. 2; Marshal 2; Golden Knot 
2, 3; Who's Who 3; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 
Major: Elementary Education. 



ROBERT DONALD KENNEDY 
Goldsboro 

Vice - President of Freshman 
Class; Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Science 
Club 4, Treasurer 4; Editor Phi 
Kapp 4. 
Major: Science. 




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MARTHA JEWELL KING 
Newton Grove 
Major: Elementary Education. 



MILTON KING 
Essex 
Major: French 



RUTH LOCKAMY 
Dunn 

Transfer Campbell College 2; 
Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President 3, President 4; Glee 
Club 2, 3; W.A.A. 3, 4; House 
Council 4; F.T.A. 3, 4, Secretary 
4; President Pan Hellenic 4; 
Superlative 4. 



TILLIE EDNA McPHAIL 
Clinton 
Major: Elementary Education. 



NAN MATTOX 
Wendell 

Golden Knot 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma 
Tau 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, 
President 3; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 1; Team Captain 
1, 2, 3, President 4; Sigma Pi 
Alpha 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; 
Social Committee 1, 2; Student 
Legislator 2; S.C.A. 1, 4; Col- 
legiate Staff 4; Chief Marshal; 
Who's Who. 

Major: Science and Physical 
Education. 



LOIS ANN MOORE 
Ayden 

Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Girl's 
Sextet 2; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Head 3; Sigma Pi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 2; Phi Sigma Tau 2, 3, 
4, Historian 2, Chaplain 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 
4; May Day Court 3; Golden 
Knot 3, 4; Collegiate Staff 1, 2; 
Pine Knot 2, 3, 4, Assistant Busi- 
ness Manager 3, Business Man- 
ager 4; F.T.A. 3, 4, Secretary of 
Northeastern District 4; Ping 
Pong Doubles Champion 3; 
W.A.A. 2; Christian Service Club 
1, 2; Stage and Script 3; Who's 
Who 4; Superlative 4. 
Major: Elementary Education 
and Religion. 











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GEORGIA MORRIS 
Kenly 

Transfer East Carolina 2; W.A.A. 

2, 3, 4; Stage and Script 2, 3, 4; 
Science Club 4; Collegiate Staff 

3, 4. 

Major: Science. 



LORAINE MOZINZO 
Wilson 



IRENE MURRAY 
Lucama 
Major: Elementary Education. 



LLOYD NEWSOME, JR. 
Ahoskie 

Transfer East Carolina; Business 

Club. 

Major: Business Education. 



JOHN O'CONNELL 
Wilson 
Major: Mathematics. 



MAXINE S. O'CONNELL 
Smithfleld 

Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Team Captain 1; Pine Knot 2, 3, 
4; Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, 4, Treas- 
urer 2, Corresponding Secretary 
4; Homecoming Court 3; Hesper- 
ian Club 4; Stage and Script 4; 
F.T.A. 4. 
Major: English. 



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DELANO O'NEAL 
Middlesex 
Major: Elementary Education. 



ELEANOR O'NEAL 
Middlesex 
Major: Elementary Education. 



PATRICK O'NEAL 
Middlesex 

Phi Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4, Officer 
3, 4; Intramurals 3. 
Major: Social Science. 



Major: 



RUBY OTTIMO 

Lucama 
Business 



EVELYN PARKER 
Four Oaks 



ANNE SPIVEY 
Wilson 

Concert Comittee 3; Secretary of 
Junior Class; Collegiate Staff 3 
F.T.A. 3, 4; Delta Sigma 3, 4 
Women's Dormitory Council 4 
S.CA. 3, 4; WAA. 3. 
Major: Primary Education. 



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WILLIAM R. PIERCE 
Kenly 

Phi Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4, His- 
torian 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; 
Mixed Chorus 3. 
Major: Science. 



ROGER PHILYAW 
Comfort 

Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, President 3, 
Secretary 2, 4; Basketball Man- 
ager 1, 2, 3; Varsity Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4; May Court 3; Men's 
Dormitory Council 2; Pan Hel- 
lenic Council 3, 4; Monogram 
Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President of 
Senior Class; Superlative. 
Major: Social Science. 



TOM PRITCHARD 
Kinston 

Officials Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1; Assistant Coach 2, 
3, 4; Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, Treas- 
urer 3; President of Sophomore 
Class 2; "A" Club 2, 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 4; Golden Knot 3, 4; Treas- 
urer of Senior Class. 
Major: Physical Education. 



WILLIAM T. RAMSEY 
Ro,cky Mount 
Major: English. 



MICKY RAYNOR 
Wilson 

Business Manager of Pine Knot 

3; Stage and Script 3, 4; W.A.A. 

1, 2, 3, 4; Team Captain; Phi 

Sigma Tau 3, 4, Vice-President 

4; Superlative. 

Major: English and Physical 

Education. 



AARON RHEW 
Wilson 








CLAYTON M. ROBERTSON 
Portsmouth, Va. 

Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4, His- 
torian 2; President of Caldwell 
Hall 2; Men's Dormitory Council 
1, 2; Chairman of Social Com- 
mittee 2. 

Major: Social Science and Re- 
ligion. 



ALLEN ROSS 
New Bern 

Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain of 
Trojans 3, 4; Phi Kappa Alpha 
2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Business 
Club 4, President 4. 
Major: Business Education. 



HELEN P. SCARBOROUGH 
Wendell 

F.T.A. 4; Cheerleader 4; Transfer 
from Wake Forest College 4; 
Pine Knot Staff 4; Dormitory 
Council 4. 
Major: Elementary Education. 



PEGGY SHACKELFORD 
Fremont 

Transfer W.C.U.N.C. 2; Delta 
Sigma 3, 4, Historian 3; Science 
Club 4; Secretary of Senior 
Class; Chairman of Social Affairs 
4; F.TA. 3; S.CA. 4. 
Major: Science and Social Sci- 
ence. 



DOROTHY SMITH 
Saratoga 

Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, 4, Secretary 
3, President 3; Stage and Script 
2, 3; Collegiate Staff 3, 4; Pine 
Knot Staff 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; 
Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4; F.TA. 
4. 



WILLIAM HENRY SMITH 
Fremont 
Major: Social Science. 







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ANN WEBB STOKES 
Wilson 

Transfer East Carolina 2; F.T.A. 
2, 3, Secretary 3; Miss F.T.A. 
Representative NCEA Conven- 
tion 3; Phi Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 3, Historian 3; May 
Court 3. 
Major: English. 



ERNEST R. SUTTON 
Columbia 



LOIS ANN THOMAS 
Elm City 

S.C.A. I, 2, 3; Delta Sigma 2, 3, 
Vice-President 3; Pine Knot 3; 
Collegiate 3; Stage and Script 3; 
Women's Dormitory Council 2. 
Major: Primary Education. 



DORIS THORNE 
Wilson 
Major: English 



HORACE THORNE 
Wilson 
Major: English 



RAY TISSOT 
Brooklyn, New York 

Golden Knot 2, 3, 4; Stage and 
Script 1, 2, 3; Letter Member; 
Vice - President Student Body; 
Sigma Pi Alpha; Phi Delta 
Gamma; Photography Editor of 
Pine Knot; President Science 
Club; President Sophomore 
Class; Who's Who 4. 
Major: Science. 






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JUNE TOMLINSON 
Grifton 

Stage and Script 1, 2; Delta 
Sigma 2, 3, 4, Historian 2. 



DORIS TYNDALL 
Kinston 



GAYNELL WALLACE 
Wilson 
Major: English 



Major: 



ROBERT WEBB 

Wilson 
Science. 



JANET WEEKS 
Smithfield 

Bulldog Booster Club 1; Sigma 

Tau Chi 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, 

Chaplain 4; F.T.A. 4; Women's 

Dormitory Council President 4; 

Superlative. 

Major: Elementary Education. 



SHIRLEY ANNE WHITLEY 

Goldsboro 

Transfer Eastern Oregon College. 









JOYCE WILKERSON 
Wilson 

Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; 

Pine Knot 1. 

Major: Elementary Education. 



CECIL WILLIS 
Rocky Mount 

Sigma Phi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President 2, President 3,4; Stage 
and Script 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Mem- 
ber 2; Golden Knot 2, 3, 4; Class 
Marshal 2, 3; Class Chairman of 
Stunt Night 1, 2; Hesperian Club 
2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; Who's 
Who 4. 
Major: English. 



JUDITH L. WINSTEAD 
Elm City 

Transfer East Carolina 2; Phi 
Sigma Tau 3, 4, Historian 4; 
F.TA. 3, 4; May Court 3; Sigma 
Pi Alpha 4. 
Major: Elementary Education. 



JOE WOODWORTH 
Erwin 

Golden Knot 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa 
Alpha 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 
President 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; 
President of Junior Class; Vice- 
President Men's Dormitory 
Council 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 
3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Who's Who 
3; President of Student Co- 
operative 3. 
Major: Social Science. 



GUS WOOLER 
Wilson 
Major: Science. 



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Wilson 



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Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, President 3; 
Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4; Pan-Hel- 
lenic Council 3. 
Major: Social Science. 






JUNIORS 



CLASS OF 






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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Pat White Secretary 

Edwin Johnson President 

Elena Lawler Treasurer 

not pictured 
James Hebbe Vice-President 

JUNIOR CLASS MARSHALS 
Cecil Willis 
Therese Rabil 



Emily De Adams 
La Grange 



Albert Alexander 
Plymouth 



LeRoy O. Batts 
Wilson 



Dolores Ann Best 
Mount Olive 




Joseph Thomas Bulla 
Fayetteville 



Mary Etta Bynum 
Kinston 



Paul Crouch 
Aiken, S. C. 



Kathryn Jane Cottle 
Rose Hill 



Michael Cudse 
Wilson 



Connie B. Davis 
Wilson 



Patricia Burgess Davis 
Rocky Mount 



William M. Daughtridge 
Rocky Mount 




CLASS OF 

55 
JUNIORS 




James Martin Hebbe 


James Benjamin Hemby 


Joan Kelly 


Annie Gray Johnson 


Shelbyville, Ind. 


Ayden 


Cameron 


Benson 


Edwin Morris Johnson 


James E. Joye 


Mollie Hester 


Kenneth Carrol Kennec 


Raleigh 


St. Stephen, S. C. 


Greenville 


Goldsboro 




John Daily Kernodle James Thomas Lamm 

Benson Wilson 



Elena Ann Lawler 
Camp Lejeune 



Carolyn Lee 
Barnsville 




Christine Lewis 
Eureka 



Offie R. Lockemy 
Henderson 



Jessie W. McAteer 
Gastonia 



Jeanie McLawhon 
Vanceboro 



Lucille McLamb 
Clinton 



Jo Ann Moore 
Greensboro 



Margaret Newbern 
Elizabeth City 



Peggy Nicholls 
Greenville 




CLASS OF 



Obie L. Parker 
Sims 



55 



JUNIORS 




Carl K. Parrish 
Wilson Mills 



James Tucker Peebles 
Raleigh 



Ronald R. Percise 
Goldsboro 



Bill J. Price 
Shelbyville, Ind. 



Samuel W. Pridgen 
Elm City 



Therese Rabil 
Wilson 




Donald Shackelford 
Fremont 



Wilbur Smith 
Elm City 



Donald Eugene Stanley Pauline Stephenson 

Winston-Salem Willow Springs 





Bruce Strickland 
Bell Arthur 



Doris Strickland 
Spring Hope 



Robert Tart 
Dunn 



Patsy Ann Tharp 
Newport News, Va. 



Fitzhugh Thompson 
Smithfield 



Faye Watson 
Lucama 



Barbara Wier 
Wananish 



Patricia Ann White 
Tarboro 




Zeb M. Whitehurst 
Farmville 



Ruby Doris Wiggins 
Fayetteville 



Charles F. Wilson 
Selma 



Norwood Worley 
Smithfield 







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CLASS OF 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

Libby Rumple Treasurer 

Jimmy Burnette President 

Jerry Ball Secretary 

not pictured 
Jimmy Willis Vice-President 

SOPHOMORE CLASS MARSHALS 
Richard Ziglar 
Pegcy Ward 



Rachel Albritton 
Snow Hill 



Madeline Albritton 
Snow Hill 



Jerry Ball 
Charlotte 



Hilda Banks 
Wilson 







Helen Faye Bass 
Newton Grove 



Bill Beacham 
Rocky Mount 



Marjorie Blinson 
Clayton 



Jean Burkhalter 
Nashville 



Jimmie Burnette 
Gainesville, Fla. 



Charles Bryan 
Goldsboro 



Harriett Corlette 
Southport 



Carolyn Cherry 
Mount Olive 




CLASS OF 



Lovia Creech 
Smithfield 



56 
SOPHOMORES 




James Davis 
Wilson 



Jose Dominguez 
Camaguey, Cuba 



Mamie Davis 
Black Mountain 



Betsy Everette 
Battleboro 



Arthur M. Dail 
Mount Olive 



Bobby Finch 
Bailey 



Hughes Dillard 
Wilson 



Martha Fuller 
Goldsboro 




Edmund Gaines 
Winston-Salem 



Irene Glover 
Bailey 



Mary Eva Griffin 
Dudley 



Dick Gurken 
Wilson 




Mary Hadge 
Wilson 



Jack Harris 
Aurora 



Sarah Alice Harris 
Grantsboro 



Eleanor Hatsell 
Hubert 



Charles Hawes 
Rose Hill 



Bruce Herndon 
Wendell 



H. C. Hillard 
Walnut Grove 



Shirley House 
Charleston S. C. 




CLASS OF 



Roderick Howell 
Gibson 



56 
SOPHOMORES 




Darrell Huffman 
Newport 



Kenneth R. Lamm 
Wilson 



Ralph Kennedy 
Tarboro 



Joan Langston 
Four Oaks 



Joe Killingsworth 
Tarboro 



Joe Langston 
Four Oaks 



Betty Jane Lamm 
Wilson 



Peggy Langston 
Grifton 




Mary Lou Lee 
Dunn 



Vivian Muns 
Aiken, S. C. 



Marcus Newberry 
Wilson 



Mack J. Owens 
Elm City 




Robert Overcash 
Durham 



William A. Pate 
Beulaville 



Eunice Perry 
Bailey 



Herbert Pierce 
Wilson 



Callie Proctor 
Stantonsburg 



Elisha Proctor 
Stantonsburg 



Rebecca Robbins 
Wilson 



Libby Rumple 
Winston-Salem 




CLASS OF 



Colin Sholar 
Rocky Mount 



56 



SOPHOMORES 




Jo Ann Thomas 
Farmville 



Jean Thornton 
Newton Grove 



Betty Jean Trott 
Richlands 






Thomas Thurmond 
Rocky Mount 



Edgar Vick 
Stantonsburg 



Jackie Vicke 
Wilson 



Peggy J. Ward 
Rocky Mount 



Harold Warren 
Newton Grove 




Don Weaver 
Four Oaks 



Carl S. Wheeler 
New Bern 



Vera Weathersby 
Wilson 



Billy Weathersby 
Wilson 




Helen Whitty 
New Bern 



Ashton Wiggs 
Pine Level 



Alois Williams 
Chinquapin 



Tommy Williamson 
Raleigh 



James Willis 
New Bern 



James M. Winborne, Jr. 
Sims 



Evelyn Yoinoulis 
Wilson 



Richard Ziglar 
Winston-Salem 




FRESHMEN 



CLASS OF 




57 

FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

Shirley Parker Vice-President 

Kenneth Rouse President 

Phil Houchins -...Treasurer 

not pictured 
Nancy Gill Secretary 




Jack Aheron 
Leaksville 



Sarah Virginia Aiken 
Fuquay Springs 

William Aldridge 
Grantsboro 






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Jeannette AJdridge 
Kinston 


Shirley Alford 
Middlesex 


Harolene Gaye Allred 
Asheboro 


Betty Lee Baker 
Four Oaks 


Mildred Jean Baker 
Four Oaks 


Ronald Baker 
Kipling 


Annie Morris Barnes 
Elm City 


Carl Boyd Barrow 
Snow Hill 


Gloria Anita Bass 
Wilson 


Thomas H. Batchelor 
Wilson 


Nettie Laverne Batten 
Micro 


Decatur T. Beacham 
Arlington, Va. 


Christine Bell 
Kenly 


Robert Carl Benton 
Raleigh 


Melba Blinson 
Clayton 


William Boone 
Wilson 





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Vitus Bradshaw 
Clinton 

Robert David Carr 
Raleigh 



Bobby Brewer 
Clinton 

June Cockrell 
Rocky Mount 



Carolyn Bullard 
Wananish 

Rachel Edna Cole 
Clayton 



Shirley Bunn 
Wilson 

Peggy Joyce Coley 
Saratoga 



Martha Louise Cox 
Kinston 

Magnolia Duckworth 
Pantego 



Judith Creekmore 
Wilson 

Velma B. Edmundson 
Pikeville 



Jo Ann Crumpler 
Rocky Mount 

Jack Edwards 
Pine Level 



Jean Clair Day 
Smithfield 

Joan Edwards 
Wilson 





Rebecca Ellington 
Wilson 


Sybil Ellis 
Wilson 


Doris Louise Evans 
Lucama 


Faye Arline Evans 
Selma 


Bobby Faithful 
Rocky Mount 


Billy Farmer 
Wilson 


Moses Farmer 
Stantonsburg 


James Flowers 
Wilson 


Claude Fulghum 
Wilson 


Kenneth Fulghum 
Kenly 


Edyth Fuller 
Louisburg 


Charles Futrell 
Lucama 


)ale Brown Gainey 
Goldsboro 


Nancy Rebecca Gill 
Wilson 


Betsy Glover 
Sims 


Elaine Godwin 
Fayetteville 





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Faye Godwin 
Dunn 


Ralph Gray 
Kinston 


Douglas Gregg 
Kinston 


Joan Grubbs 
Calypso 


Shirley Jean Hare 
Kenly 


James C. Harris 
Raleigh 


Richard Hathaway 
Wilson 


Wilbur Heath 
Trenton 


Edward Herring 
Selma 


Charles Hester 
Greensboro 


Hackney High 
Oak City 


Paul Winstead BHI 
Edwards 


Gid Holloman 
Farmville 


Ann Hollowell 
Goldsboro 


Phil Houchins 
Raleigh 


Betty Jane Howell 
Dudley 





Earl Hughes 
Kinston 


Charles Hutchins 
Winston-Salem 


Christine Joyner 
Mt. Olive 


William Alex Keene 
Princeton 


Jessie Kelly 
Wilson 


Linwood King 
Clinton 


Shirley Lancaster 
Goldsboro 


Patricia Langston 
Four Oaks 


Larry Lassiter 
Scotland Neck 


Nicholas Lazzo 
Wilson 


Betsy J. Lee 
Dunn 


George Littrell 
Suffolk, Va. 


Margaret Day Long 
Clarendon 


Edith Mclntyre 
Godwin 


Larry McSwain 
Thomasville 


John Gray Marley 
Franklinville 





Jim Matthews 
Winston-Salem 


Faye M. Merrell 
Beaufort 


Lois Ray Mills 
Goldsboro 


Elaine Mitchell 
. Cove City 


Russell Mobley 
Williamston 


Anne Moore 
Tarboro 


Joe Morris 
Wilson 


Ernestine Mozingo 
Kenly 


Judith Muldrow 
Beulaville 


•Collen Murray 
Wilson 


Marshall Newbern 
Elizabeth City 


Dorothy Newman 
Bolton 


Dorothy Oakey 
Wilson 


Betty Jean Outlaw 
Saratoga 


William Owens 
Fountain 


Betty Jean Parker 
Four Oaks 





Shirley Parker 
Raleigh 


Arnold B. Parris 

Stantonsburg 


Janet Pate 
Goldsboro 


Betty Britt Perkins 
Pink Hill 


Sue Phillips 
Raleigh 


James Pittman 
Smithfield 


June Pittman 
Macclesfield 


Norman Polk 
Islandton, S. C. 


Ruby Powell 
Mount Olive 


Margaret Price 
Wilson 


James Raynor 
Wilson 


Ben A. Rhodes 
Zebulon 


/ayland Rhodes 
Raleigh 


William T. Rhodes 
Mt. Olive 


Kenneth Rouse 
Kinston 


Pauline Salter 
Oriental 





Dorothy C. Smith 
Dudley 

William Stott 
Sims 



Lenora Spensor 
Columbia 

Lavee Rose Stuckey 
Smithfield 



Lewis Spensor 
Tarboro 

Ralph Sullivan 
Bailey 



LeRoy Stephenson 
Raleigh 

Charles Teachey 
Rose Hill 



Carol Ann Thompson 
Selma 

Barbra Tilghman 
Norfolk, Va. 



Carolyn Thomas 
Wilson 

Linda Tomlinson 
Wilson 



Jessie Thomas 
Beulaville 

William Tomlinson 
Wilson 



Carolyn Tice 
Durham 

Joyce Townsend 
Yankeetown, Fla. 





Georgia Tuck 
Selma 

Edward Hughes Ward 
V/ilson 



Barbara Jean Turner 
Wilson 

Romese Webb 
Stantonsburg 



Eugene Underwood 
Ayden 

Elizabeth West 
Stantonsburg 



Virginia Wadsworth 
Whitakers 

James Williams 
Pink Hill 



June Williams Fay 
Washington 

Anne Winstead 
Zebulon 



Jimmy Winders 
Stantonsburg 

Susie Winstead 
Macclesfield 



Benjamin Wilson 
Robersonville 

Malvin Woodard 
Princeton 



Geraldine Windham 
Walstonburg 

Sharon Woodard 
Black Creek 




SPORTS 





JACK McCOMAS former North Caro- 
lina State College basketball ace, has 
guided the Bulldogs for the past three 
years. He came to Atlantic Christian in 
September, 1951, as Head Coach and Di- 
rector of Physical Education. Formerly 
from Shelbyville, Indiana, McComas 
played basketball in Germany on the 15th 
Army corps team along with Paul Horvath 
and Vic Bubas. After getting out of serv- 
ice this trio decided to come to N. C. State. 
Here McComas gained his reputation for 
being one of the most versatile and con- 
sistent players in the conference. He 
played both guard and forward and made 
All Southern Conference his sophomore 
year. 

McComas also played professional base- 
ball for the Boston Braves at Denver, 
Raleigh, and Wilson. 

Coach McComas main objective is to 
give A. C. a representative team in the 
North State Conference. This year's 
basketball team is the visible result of 
his progress and determination. 



TOM PRITCHARD, a senior at A. C. is assistant 
Varsity Coach and Head Coach of the Junior Var- 
sity Basketball Team. During baseball season he 
may be found coaching the Pitchers on a few of the 
techniques he acquired during his seven years of 
professional baseball. He has coached high school 
for five years prior to becoming coach at Atlantic 
Christian College. He is married and is the father 
of two daughters. Tom played varsity basketball 
with the bulldogs during his freshman year. 

106 





MR. CLOYD, the acting head of the 
Department of Physical Education, hails 
from Raleigh, North Carolina. He at- 
tended Davidson College where he was 
a member of the tennis team. He took 
graduate work at North Carolina State 
College and later received his Masters 
Degree from the University of North 
Carolina. Prior to his present position, 
Mr. Cloyd served for two years with the 
U. S. Army as a training officer at Fort 
Bragg. 



MISS TOMLINSON, a native of Black 
Creek, N. C, came to A. C. in September, 
1951, as the Head of the Women's De- 
partment of Physical Education and 
Assistant Dean of Women. Upon grad- 
uating from Appalachian she was assist- 
ant recreation director in Hickory, N. C, 
and she played semi-professional basket- 
ball and amateur softball for Winston- 
Salem. Miss "T" taught social studies 
and physical education in Bailey High 
School for one year. The following sum- 
mer she worked for the Wilson Recrea- 
tion Dept. as Director of Playgrounds. 



STUDENT ASSISTANTS 



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NAN MATTOX, hails from Wendell, 
N. C. For the past five summers she has 
done counsel work for camps in Pennsyl- 
vania and with the Disciples of Christ 
conferences and youth camps through- 
out North Carolina. 



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MICKEY RAYNOR, is from Wilson 
where she has worked with the Depart- 
ment of Recreation as Supervisor of 
Playgrounds. Mickey plays city league 
softball and referees basketball games 
for Wilson. 



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"A" CLUB 



Roger Philyaw 

Bill Beecham 

Tom Pritchard, President 

Jerry Williams, Secretary 

Mr. Ed Cloyd, Sponsor 

Corky Wheeler 

Billy Tomlinson 

Eddie Johnson 

Perry Moore 

Mr. Jack McComas, 
Sponsor 

Not pictured: 
James R. Davis, Treasurer 
Kelly Byrum, V .-President 
Jim Hebbe 
Jim Peebles 
Bill Price 
Gilbert Ferrell 
Bill Williams 
Jack Harris 
Jim Fulghum, Sponsor 



CHEERLEADERS 



Maxine S. O'Connell 



Tot Allred 



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Lois Moore 



Helen Scarborough 



Fay Merrell 



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Mollie Hester 



Libby Rumple 



Harriett Corlette 



Jerry Ball, Head 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



Lovia Creech 

Miss Rebecca Tomlinson 

Nan Mattox 

Mamie Davis 

Micky Raynor 

Betsy Lee 

Elaine Mitchell 

Edna Cole 

Hilda Crocker 



Not 



Mildred Blackmon 
Aileen Davis 



Vice-President 

Sponsor 

President 

Secretary 

Captain of Phi Sigma Tau 

Captain of the Tintairs 

Captain of the Chickashaws 

Captain of the Speedsters 

Captain of Delta Sigma 

Pictured 

Treasurer 
Captain of Sigma Tau Chi 




The Women's Athletic Association offers a varied sports 
program for women. Among the activities sponsored is 
the Intramural Program which provides wholesome inter- 
collegiate recreation and competition. The W. A. A. also 
represent A. C. C. in competition against other schools at 
play days. Other than fun and recreation, the W. A. A. 
promotes sportsmanship, better understanding of sports, 
and gives a sense of responsibility. 





JUNIOR VARSITY 
BASKETBALL 



The "Bull Pups" finished their season with 
a very impressive record of fourteen vic- 
tories and no defeats. They scored 973 points 
for an average of 69.5 points a game. This 
was against a total of 635 points. High scorer 
for the season was Charles Hester, who 
averaged 11 points a game for a total of 
154 points. Under the coaching of Tom 
Pritchard these boys have gained valuable 
experience which will help them when they 
move up to the varsity. 




Charles Hester 
Captain 



First row: Nicky Lazzo, Bill Keene, Ronald Baker, Joe Mor- 
ris, Billy Smith. 

Second row: Kenneth Fulghum, Doug Gregg, Jimmy Wil- 
liams, Hackney High. 

Third row!' Larry Lassiter, Hubert Edwards, Buddy Alde- 
ridge, Charles Hester. 




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MANAGERS 

James Davis 
Phil Houchins 



The Bulldogs of 1953-54 have proven to be about the best 
basketball team to perform here at A. C. C. From a total of 27 
games played, A. C. has a season's record of eighteen victories 
and nine defeats, one of the best records in the conference. Nine 
non-conference games were played with only one loss to the 
powerful McCrary Eagles, a semi-pro team. 

At the beginning of the conference season, the Bulldogs got 
off to a slow start, but soon began to show their North State 
foes they meant business. At the season's end, A. C.'s Con- 
ference record stood at 11 wins and 8 losses, giving them a crack 
at the North State Tournament in Lexington. Bill Beecham, 
high scorer with a total of 320 points, made the All-Conference 
team. 

The only senior on this year's team is Kelly Byrum, a real 
hustling forward from Ryland, N. C. Everyone is looking anx- 
iously forward next year and another crack at the North State 
Conference Championship. 

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A. C. C. OPPONENT 

88 CHERRY POINT 70 jl 

69 NORFOLK NAVY 68 I 

76 WESTERN CAR 78 

83 BELMONT ABBEY 82 

69 GUILFORD '. 80 

76 LENOIR RHYNE 89 

84 NEWPORT NEWS APP 76 

88 CATAWBA 65 

95 BELMONT ABBEY 83 

80 HIGH POINT 68 

61 McCRARY EAGLES 78 

66 ELON 69 

106 OCEANA NAVAL AIR 62 

98 APPALACHIAN 75 

85 CHERRY POINT 82 

91 WESTERN CAROLINA 86 

53.. EAST CAROLINA 65 

78 HIGH POINT 63 

97 GUILFORD 85 

62 LENOIR RHYNE 95 

85 APPALACHIAN 72 

87 ELON ..' 76 

69 CATAWBA 59 

82 EAST CAROLINA 84 



ACTION 



A. C. C. vs. Cherry Point 

88-70 

Wilson 



Jim Peebles 

Captain 

Forward 

6'3" — 200 — 20 — Junior 



Jerry Williams 

Forward 

6'2"— 190— 20— Sophomore 





Ronald" Percise 

Guard 

5'9"_155_21— Junior 



Bill Beacham Billy Widgeon 

Forward Guard 

6'7i/ 2 "— 207— 22— Sophomore 6'1"— 155— 18 — Freshman 




A. C. C. vs. Lenoir Rhyne 

76-89 

Wilson 



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Jim Hebbe 

Forward 

6'— 185— 20— Junior 



John Marley 

Center 

6'i0!/2"— 222— 19— 

Freshman 



Kelly Byrum 

Forward 

5'11"— 165— 22 — Senior 



Billy Tomlinson 

Guard 

5'10"— 165— 22— 

Freshman 




Jack Aheron 

Guard 

5'8"— 140— 18- 

Freshman 



Eddie Johnson 
Guard 
55'11"— 162— 20— 
Junior 



Charles Hester 
Forward 

6'3"— 175— 18— 
Freshman 





A. C. C. vs. 
Appalachian 

98-75 

Wilson 



115 





A. C. C. vs. East Carolina 

82-84 

Elm City 



Charles Hutchins 

Forward 

6'4"— 170— 18— 

Freshman 



Bill Price 

Guard 

5'8" — 165—20 — Junior 



Doug Gregg 
Guard 
6'— 150— 18— Freshira 




NORTH STATE CONFERENCE 

TOURNAMENT 



In their first game of the North State Tournament at Lexing- 
ton the Bulldogs set a new tournament scoring record and 
knocked out Catawba by 100-74. This placed them against 
Lenoir-Rhyne in the semi-finals. In a very hard fought game 
A. C. came out the victor 77-73, thus giving the bulldogs a 
crack at their old rivals, the East Carolina Pirates. In this final 
game, the powerful Pirates defeated A. C. by 86-75. The Bull- 
dogs received the runner-up trophy and placed four men on the 
All-tournament team. John Marley and Jerry Williams were 
on the first team and Billy Tomlinson and Billy Widgeon were 
on the second team. 



A. C. C— CATAWBA 

A. C. C. fg ft pf tp 

PEEBLES f 6 3 2 15 

HUTCHINS f .... 

WILLIAMS f .... 5 6 2 . 16 

HEBBE f 12 1 

BEECHAM c .... 3 3 2 9 

MARLEY g 6 7 19 

PERC1SE g 2 15 5 

TOMLINSON g.. 4 3 5 11 

WIDGEON g 6 1 3 11 

AHERON g 6 1 2 13 

Totals 37 2G 23 

CATAWBA fg ft pf 

PROCTOR f 4 

LENTZ f 13 

EDWARDS f 3 5 

McKAIG f 4 13 

MILLER f 

BEEVER c 

ERWIN c 4 3 4 

SUMMEY g 3 5 2 

CARTER g 3 4 3 

MYERS g 

LYDON g 8 3 3 

PORTER g 112 

Totals 27 20 26 74 

SCORED BY PERIODS 

A. C. C 22 — 17 — 21 — 40 = 100 

CATAWBA 18 — 12 — 23 — 21 = 74 



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A. C. C. vs. Catawba 



SEMI-FINALS 



A. C. C. — LENOIR-RHYNE 

A. C. C. g ft pf 

PEEBLES f 1 3 

WILLIAMS f .... 5 5 2 

BEACHAM f .... 4 4 4 

MARLEY c 6 8 3 

PERCISE g 3 1 

TOMLINSON g .. 6 3 2 

WIDGEON g 3 1 4 

Totals 27 23 18 

LENOIR-RHYNE g ft pf 

BARKER f 7 2 5 

WELLS f 7 3 3 

HASSELL f 2 3 4 

ORTMYER c 7 1 5 

PROPST g 5 2 1 

FELNER g 2 

BUFF g 2 2 1 

Totals 30 13 21 

SCORED BY PERIODS 

A. C. C 23—11—23—20 

L.-RHYNE 20 — 6 — 23 — 24 



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16 

17 

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73 





FINALS 



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HARRIS f 


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7 


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15 


JONES f 


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HODGES c ... 


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10 


5 


35 


THOMAS g ... 


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3 


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17 


MOYE g 


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HEATH g 


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Totals 


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26 


26 


86 


A. C. C. 


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WILLIAMS f 


.... 6 




5 


5 


17 


HEBBE f 


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MARLEY c ... 


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4 


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14 


BEACHAM c 


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3 


3 


7 


HESTER g ... 


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PERCISE g 


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6 


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8 


TOMLINSON 


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WIDGEON g 


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6 


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18 


AHERON g ... 


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27 


23 


75 


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A.C.C. vs. East Carolina 



Mayor John D. Wilson presents 
the Key to the City to Captain 
Jim Peebles and Coach Jack Mc- 
Comas. 

"As both an alumnus of At- 
lantic Christian College and 
a representative of the city, I 
am unusually happy to partici- 
pate in this enthusiastic wel- 
come for the returning team. 
In behalf of the people of Wil- 
son and as a token expression 
of our pleasure and pride in the 
magnificant achievements of a 
splendid team under a splendid 
coach representing a splendid 
institution let me present this 
key to the city." 




Jimmy Willis 

Director oj Men's 
Intramurals 




Micky Raynop. and • 
Nan Mattox 

Directors of Wom- 
en's Intramurals 



INTRAMURALS 




Phi Kappa Alpha Trojans Football 
Champions 



Phi Delta Gamma 
Men's Volleyball Champions 



Phi Sigma Tau 
Women's Volleyball Champions 





Speedsters 
Women's Basketball Champions 



Caldwell Hall 
Men's Basketball Champions 




Bobby Webb and Velva Pearce 
Ping Pong Singles Champions 



Lois Moore and Carolyn Lee 
Ping Pong Doubles Champions 




BASEBALL 



Ham Crowder 
Captain 




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When Coach Jack McComas met his baseball 
aspirants for the 1953 season, he became ac- 
quainted with a large number of freshmen many 
of whom filled starting positions on the nine that 
played the season. 

Considering the new men in the lineup and 
their lack of college experience, the baseballers 
turned in a creditable record. Coach McComas' 
youngsters, thanks to some fine pitching on the 
part of Louis Todd, Bill Beacham, Jose Domin- 
guez, Howard Ham, Roger Philyaw and Fitzhugh 
Thompson, won five contests and almost turned 
the trick in four other games. 

The infield, though a young one, was well 
balanced and a good defensive group. Those play- 
ing infield were Bill Williams, Jack Harris, Bobby 
Morris, Edward "Ham" Crowder, and Jerry Wil- 
liams. 

The outfield was strong because of the fine play 
of Bill Price, Jimmy "Rooster" Davis, Kelly 
Byrum, and Carl "Corky" Wheeler. 

Perry Moore and Owen Strickland handled 
the duties behind the plate in yeoman fashion. 

It was a building year for A.C.C. in baseball. 
The fruits of a not too successful season were 
that every man on the team was scheduled to be 
back for action during the 1954 campaign. 



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RELIGION 



The educational philosophy of At- 
lantic Christian College is based on 
the premise that all education must 
be spiritual as well as factual, that 
man and society have an inherent 
need for religion and ethics, and 
that there is a definite place in the 
present day picture of higher educa- 
tion for the school which seeks to 
train the spirit and the emotions as 
well as the mind. In keeping with 
this idea Atlantic Christian College 
maintains a strong department of 
Religious Education. It has been 
true in the past; it is true in the 
present. 



EDUCATION 



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Each passing year makes it more apparent that 
our teacher training program — at Atlantic Chris- 
tian College and other colleges and universities 
throughout the whole United States — is of the 
utmost importance. The increased attention being 
paid to the needs of the Education Department 
are indicative of the administration's awarenesj 
of this fact and their efforts to meet the incrj 
demands of a bumper crop of World War II 
babies who are in our public schools now. 



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LANGUAGES 




French, Spanish, Ger- 
man — maybe even 
some English? Here 
one will find all of 
these in large amounts 
— or small, as the oc- 
casion or the demand 
might require. 
Through these portals 
pass some of the most 
disgruntled students in 
the world, and some 
of the most thoroughly 
trained. 



BUSINESS 



The 1953-54 school year saw another step 
in the development of the Department of 
Business Administration. The addition of 
Mr. Harry Swain to the faculty of this 
department, and the purchase of ad- 
ditional equipment for classroom use in 
practical training would seem to argue 
a bright future for both the department 
and the college. With the space expected 
in the new classrom building, both stu- 
dents and faculty in this department may 
look forward to more constructive use of 
time and effort in the future. 





SCIENCE 









ENGLISH— DRAMA 



The great variety of activities which 
go on in the English Department are 
symbolized by the two photographs 
on this page. Above, the more aca- 
demic side of the serious business of 
learning English, whether it be Com- 
position and Grammar or one of the 
literature courses — English Litera- 
ture, American Literature, Modern 
Novel, Shakespeare, of the many of- 
fered. Right, Comparative Drama. 
In recent years drama has become 
one of the most popular courses in 
the English Department and the 
results obtained have been outstand- 
ing. Within the past year one of the 
! students of the Play Production Class 
has won first prize in a national con- 
test for student playwrites. 





HOM 




Welcome Alumni! These shouts were the cli- 
max to weeks of preparation and anticipation. 

It all began back in September when the Pan 
Hellenic Council ( upper left ) was asked to under- 
take the tremendous job of planning Homecoming. 
Students and faculty worked and planned for the 
big event. The fireworks began to explode on 
November 20 when our band led the parade of 
twelve floats through Wilson. The Women's Ath- 
letic Association won first prize as the best float. 

Alumni registered signs of surprise at the 
growth and improvements of A.C.C. That night 



138 




OMING 



a winning basketball team scored a defeat over 
the Cherry Point Marines. During the half, the 
Homecoming Court was presented and Suzanne 
Gill was crowned queen. 

On Saturday the festivities continued with a 
band concert, a musical program given by the 
Mixed Chorus and a tour of the campus. Satur- 
day night a dance brought a close to the week 
end's events. 

Homecoming was a big success and only 
through the tireless efforts of Pan Hel could this 
have been a perfect week end. 




139 





FACULTY RECEPTION-DANCE 



VALENTINE 
DANCE 




TOP HAT 
DANCE 




CHRISTMAS 
DANCE 



QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS 





Each year the Pine Knot 
Staff chooses a famous person 
to select the Pine Knot 
Queen. This year the staf 
chose Mr. Jon Whitcomb, 
famous magazine illustrator. 

He judged the beautie 
nominated by various organi- 
zations on campus and picke 
as his choice Betty Ja 
Lamm, a Sophomore fror 
Wilson. 

Her attendants were Cal 
Proctor, a Sophomore fror 
Stantonsburg and Betty Jane 
Howell, a freshman fror 
Goldsboro. 



Betty Jane Lamm 
Sponsored by Sophomore Class 



PINE KNOT QUEEN 



Callie Proctor 

1st Attendant 

Sponsored by W.A.A. 



Betty Jane Howell 
2nd Attendant 

Sponsored by 
Stage and Script 





WE 





One hundred sixty-four pages — 193 
aspirin — some of the pages required 
more than one. In other words it was 
a headache, but it would have been 
a case of delirium tremens had it not 
been for: 

1. Mr. Arnold, our Editorial ad- 
visor. He listened patiently to many 
sad stories and always knew the 
remedy. To him we give many 
thanks and dedicate 3 aspirins. (He's 
a husky character and doesn't need 
many.) 

2. Dr. Hartsock, our business ad- 
visor. She spurred us through hair 
tearing financial problems. To Butch 
we dedicate 99 aspirins — one for each 
ad we got and the rest for ads we 
didn't get. 

3. Our staff members who co-oper- 
ated and worked diligently get an 
aspirin each. Those that didn't can 
buy their own. 

4. Mrs. Boles' typing class for com- 
ing to the rescue and helping us meet 
a deadline. We give them many 
thanks, but they are so efficient they 
don't need any aspirin. 

5. Killebrew Studios for that shot 
of Marley and Hodges and all of the 
other excellent photography — many 
thanks. 



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6. Major Smith and Joe Phelps of Edwards and Broughton Co., our printers. To 
them we give thanks for their patience, co-operation and service. 

7. Students and faculty members who were not "officially" on the staff but pitched in 
and helped. 

8. Our roommates, Peggy and Helen, who had a lot to put up with living with all the 
pictures, the papers, the bills, the "dummy" and US! To them we give ten aspirins each. 

And to next year's staff we say, "Buddy, have an aspirin." 



<^<J>%-X<t£/ Ovc^ 




Russell Arnold 
Editorial Advisor 










Dr. Mildred E. Hartsock 
Business Manager 



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tion for cash 
niture Center, 
moke Rapids, 
ock p. m. anr 
Jay, April 30, 

to day, exc 
le times and, 
ipleted, the 
il property: 
he stock of 
liture. nigs 
line to the E 
eased, form^ 
HOMEMAK" 
" 311 East 

North Cart 
LJLIA C. V 
n A. Wilboi. 

L. M. S* 



Antiques 



NICK selection of lamps, china and furni- . 
ture. The Lamp Lighter, 123Vi Brook*, r 



Choice corner cupboard. Also china prest, 

MANEP>. ANTIQUES 

1806 Ober];f n J3d. Phone 8979. 



PLAN to-attend 

May 5. Watci 
Smith's AntlqucJ 
from Raleigh. 

vate borne. 
3-7510. 



30. 



Real Estate For Sale 



ACRE lot for sale, Just off Poole Road. 
Pjione 3-3291. 



A BARGAIN in Echo Heights, 4 miles 
from town. 2 bedroom modern home. 

Alre ady fin anced. $5,500. Pho ne 58 59. 

LOTS: Beautiful bomesues In Oak Village, 
two miles northwest of Raleigh. $50 >jmd 

$25 month. Phone 3-8844. 



30. Real Estate For Sale 



ATTRACTIVE 5 room brick home, 1 
catcd just off Whltakcr Mill Rd. at 20: 
Pine Rd. Lot 60x180. Price only $12,40 
$950 down payment for Qualified Vetera: 
Mr. G. 1. this is an excellent buy. Betti 
call us right away. Dial 5719, Stantc 
Agency. 



SMALL down payment, nice lot, almo 

new two bedroom home. Located 
Hertford Village with paved streets, 
neighborhood of homeowners. Monthly pa: 
merits only $49.72 including taxes and 1 
surance. Possession right away. Dial 571 
St anton Agenry. 

LET us show you photos of homes Usti 

for sale with the Multiple Listing Ser 

Ice. Stanton Agency. 5719. 



To buy, to build, to sell 
SMITH BUILDING CO. 
Phones 7754 or 3-7063. 



List Your Property With 

R. E. VAN DYKE 

Real Estate Phone 3-7407. 



Williams & Ha./wood, Inc. 

Realtors — Insurers. 

IMS Insurance Bldg. Phonej 4-4349. i-tt: 

e or rent with 
V 
Dial 8722. 



J sed Tory' 
ine. 5-gall 
ing cabint 




ely furnished. L 
_ Ave. Ideal loc 
ities of the bead 
,500. Can arrant 



IVEYING. J. R. 

»nd Surveyor. B 
eteh^N.C. 

JSEMOVING, ccsr'plus or b? 
act. Bonds furnished or all w« 
led to meet your approval bfl 
. Phone 2491, Pope and Tyson, 1 
I. N. C. 

Business Places W s 

NTED to rent. Motel or Ho<B Writ« 
D. Turner, Stoneville, N. <V Phone 



Money to Lend 



■IG term loans. Raleigh, Wake County, 
;al estate. Low Inter est. 4-4207. _ 

Auto Loans on New-Used Cars. 

SOUTHERN AUTO FINANCE CO. 

E. Mor gan St. Phone 4-1313 



PERSONAL LOANS. 
„ LOCAL LOAN COMPANY 
18. W. Hargctt St. Phone 4-6288. 



vioney When You Need It 

little or lot on Jewelry or othe> 

Reliable Loan Co. 

907 a. Wilmington St 



row 
tables 



PAMILY FINANCE «.- 

ACCEPTANCE CORP. 

<11 Fayettevllle St. Dial 4-1321 



•1GNA1URE loans, (local). S10 to $50. 
ru . M f J ATE FINANCE CO. 
Dial 8838 205 Odd Fellows Bldg. 

CAPITOL LOAN COMPANY 
134 W. Martin St. 
' Dial 3-7032 



$ 



4 ROOM uppei 

furnished. A< 
2-4917, T. B. Mosl 
4 LARGE rooms "and bath; private fin 

and rear entrance with off-street pari 
ing. Heat, lights and water, stove, refrlg- 
era tor f urnished. _$75._Phone 8272 o r 3-57 01. 
3 ROOM furnished apt. West Raleigh. 

Private entrance, first floor in new 
home. Heat, lights and water furnished 
Call 9507. 



NICE apartment for settled working cou- 
pic or 3 adults. Phone 5905. 



2701-A Gordon St. Two bedroom apt. near 
Sherwood Bates Sc hool. $ 75.00. Tel. 8441. 

5-ROOM unfurnished apartment, opposite 
Club 15. $50. Dial 9946. 



COGG1NS CONSTRUCTION CO. 

Applications accepted for apartments, 
Dial 3-1671. 



MILBURNIE Homes. 2-bedroom brick du- 
plex apartments. On bu-* line. Plenty yard 
space. 568.00 month. ',£-0977 or 3-554^. 



2 ROOM unfurnished apt. Gas. Ground 
floor. Close in. 4-7495. 



on 



Realtor 



.. J1750 down payment. 
'an rent. Shown by appoint- 
Only C. Britt Co. 

Member MLS Phone 4-64-13 



New 3 bedroom house, just 2 miles from 
city limits, will sell right or trade. 

In Cory 

3 bedroom house, just being completed. 
Near school. Will sell or trnde. 

Phone 3-6849 or 4-5834. 



M 



MB 



Beach , northern end. 
rge living room, large pi 
facing ocean. Heat, nice! 

one 6434. 



1 building lots facing on 8a 
est fishing — clams and oysteri 
summer or winter home. Cloi 
gton. Lots selling at $750,00 eacl 

mation write or call 

E. LIVINGSTON k CO. 
1 6047— Wilmington, N. C. 



Fisher Beach. If you wish a famil 

ummer home, then see us for home f 

... Best fishing ground on coast. Pit 

nd wholesome recreation. Cottages /c 

rent. Representative always at pier. Agent 

desired in cities and towns of North Cart 

Una. Write Orrell Brothers. Wilmington. 



FOR SALE 
CAROLINA BEACH 

, One story dwelling— 2 apartments. A 
furnished. Very good location. Close I 
ocean and beach activities. .Live in oft 
and rent the other. Large lot. Priced I 
$6,500.00. 

I Call or ree 

F. E. LIVINGSTON & CO. I 

Selling Agents 
Dial 6047— Wilmington, N. C. 



32. 



Farms For Sale 



600 ACRES land in Brunswick County 

timber, nice growth of.young timber 
L. Rozicr, Whiteville, N. C. Phono 3306. 



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BY 



KILLEBREW STUDIO 



142 Howard Street 



ROCKY MOUNT, NORTH CAROLINA 



Tel. 2-3600 



its TWEETIES 

For 
Food 
Drinks 
Music 
Fun 

and FREE 
Water 
Napkins 
Toothpicks 
Conversation 
Advice 





Complete banking, insurance, trust and 
farm management service for Eastern 
North Carolina. 

BRANCH BANKING & TRUST CO. 

"The Safe Executor" 
(RESOURCES OVER $100,000,000) 





WILSON 




FAISON 






SELMA 


FREMONT 






WARSAW 


TRENTON 
PLYMOUTH 






KINSTON 
WALLACE 


ELM CITY 






NEW BERN 


PIKEVILLE 






GOLDSBORO 


FAYETTEVILLE 






WILLIAMSTON 


NORTH 


CAROLINA 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



Compliments of 



Barnes Motor & Parts Co. 



WILSON 



RALEIGH 



Compliments of 

DR. PEPPER 
BOTTLING COMPANY 



Sheet Metal Works Paints All Kinds Roofing and Supplies Tobacco Flues 

Daniel Roofing Supplies, Inc. 



121 S. DOUGLAS STREET 

Wilson, North Carolina 



DIAL 2346 



FOR COMPLETE 

COVERAGE OF SPORTS AND OTHER COLLEGE 

ACTIVITIES — READ 

THE WILSON DAILY TIMES 

Wilson County's Only Newspaper 

It regularly goes into more than 10,000 homes in Wilson's trading territory 

Shop With Confidence at 

LEDER BROS. DEPARTMENT STORE 

and Wear With Pride 



When Better Automobiles 

Are Built 
Buick Will Build Them 



Corbett Motor Co. 

Buick Authorized Sales & Service 



The College Girl's Shop 

BARSHAY'S 

LADIES' SHOP 

Apparel That Appeals 
Wilson, N. C. 




BOYKIN, JR. 



NTRACTOR 



ONE 4935-5930 



CENSE-2054 



Compliments of 

HUNT FUNERAL HOME 

WILSON : STANTONSBURG 


HUGHES MOTORS, INC. 


Compliments of 

• 

H. H. WALSTON and SON 


Highway 301 South 
Wilson, N. C. 


CONTRACTING - SALES - SERVICE 

Dick's Electrical Co. 

Wilson, N. C. 

Maytag - Hoover - Zenith - Hotpoint 

Phone: Day 2579 
Nile: 4759 - 4763 - 5247 - 5083 


C. WOODARD CO., INC. 

OFFICE SUPPLIES, SAFES, SHOW 

CASES, OFFICE AND RECEPTION 

ROOM FURNITURE 

Telephone 2450 105 North Douglas St. 
Wilson, N. C. 


Compliments of 

GEM ROCK WOOL INSULATING CO., Inc. 

National Bank Building 
WILSON, N. C. 

Pioneers in N. C. of Home Insulation 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1954 

NATIONAL BANK OF WILSON 



WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



Play Refreshed 



. . . Have A Coke 





Before the game, during the game, 
after the game, a frosty bottle of ice- 
cold Coca-Cola is so refreshing. 






iOTTlEO VHDtt AUTHOKTT Of TM COCA-COtA COMfAHT IT 



JEFFERSON APPLIANCE CO. 




METERED BOTTLED GAS 
SALES & SERVICE 

Ranges -4- Water Heaters 

TELEPHONES 
Day Mght 

4181 2267 

102 E. BARNES ST. 



THOMAS-YELVERTON 
COMPANY 



BETTER 
FURNITURE 



Phone 3121 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



Sil 



verware 



Chinaware 



CHURCHWELL'S 
Inc. 

JEWELERS 

Certified Gemologist 

Registered Jewelers 

American Gem Society 



Watches 



Jewelry 



GROWERS 

CO-OPERATIVE 

WAREHOUSE, INC. 

For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco 



P. O. Box 247 Telephone 5097 

WILSON, N. C. 



'We Pay Patronage Dividends' 



For GOODness' Sake I 




"The Mello Fellow" 
Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. 




DIAL 6189 



MERCHANTS DELIVERY 
SERVICE 



For Fast Delivery Service 




VALLY AND ELLIS - HALLMARK CARDS - MDNTAB STATIONERY 



WILLIAMS LUMBER 
COMPANY 



We Sell Everything 
To Build Anything 



Congratulations, Seniors 
from 

BELK-TYLERS 



Wilson's Shopping Center 



MOTHER AND DAUGHTER FASHIONS 



101-103 Nash Street 



Wilson, North Carolina 



PURITY BAKERY, INC 

418 East Nash Street 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



FAIRVIEW PHARMACY 

THE REXALL STORE 

Reasonable and Reliable 
Telephone 5063 at Five Points 



WIMPY'S BILLIARD PARLOR 

Wade Saleeby, Prop. 



Best Spot in Town for 

Clean Recreation 
Latest Sports Returns 



OETTINGER'S 



Men's Store • Department Store 



BISS€TTE'$ 



3 Stores in Eastern North Carolina 
WILSON AND GREENVILLE 



WALTER S. HINES 
BARBER SHOP 



208 East Nash Street 
Wilson, N. C. 



BLAIR'S -REX 
Roblee Shoes Shoe Repairing 

For Men and Boys 



105 South Goldsboro Street 



Compliments of 

SMITH 

WAREHOUSES 

ABC 



WILSON, N. C. 



MOSS & COMPANY, Inc. 

Men's and Boys' Store 


PARKER'S BARBECUE 

2 Miles South on Hwy. 301 
Wilson, N. C. 

SPECIAL DINING ROOM 
FOR PARTIES 

Serve Anywhere 
For Any Number 


136 S. Tarboro Street 
Wilson, N. C. 


LUCIELLE'S BRIDALS 
AND FORMALS 

Second Floor Over 
"Smart and Thrifty" 


Joyner's Memorial 
Company 


301 Highway South 

Wilson, N. C. Phone 5395 

Cemetery Memorials 


/^i/dtCMS°/7 MILLWORK 
^tfSr COMPANY 

Woodwork of Distinction 
Wilson, N. C. Phone 7-1141 


Compliments of 

BRUCE LAMM 

Where Young Men 
Like to Trade 

Wilson, N. C. 


CARTER'S, INC. 

Wilson's Largest Credit 
Jewelers 

102 W. Nash Street Phone 6203 


You'll Be Happier with a Ford 

Car or Truck 
from 

Tobacco City Motors, Inc. 

Wilson, N. C. Phone 70193 



Compliments 



HIGHS, INC. 



Plumbing 

Heating 



Fiberglas Home Insulation 
Weatherstripping 



Dial 4868 - 5104 
Phone 313 



WILSON, N. C. 
GOLDSBORO, N. C. 




DAIRY PRODUCTS 



HILLSIDE FLORIST 



809 Park Avenue 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 

Telephone 4337 




WHEELER'S ESSO STATION 

NASH AND PENDER STS. -:- OPEN 24 HOURS 
Tel. 4115 - 9616 :: ROAD SERVICE :: 7:00 A.M. - 11:00 P.M. 



T. B. Ward J. W. Benson 

CAROLINA BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY 

BUILDING MATERIAL, LUMBER, COAL, PAINT 

Wilson, N. C. 



Telephones 70122 and 3411 



P. O. Box 1424 



TERMINAL DRUG AND VARIETY STORE 

408 E. NASH STREET 
TEL. 2101 




Compliments 
of 



LEE'S FOOD STORE 

* 

WILSON, N. C. 



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